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Insuring Quality Assurance and Control is a Course

Insuring Quality Assurance and Control

Self-paced

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Full course description

Start:

Anytime

Duration:

7-9 Hours

Location:

Online

Price:

$299


 

What you'll learn:

Students will identify the role of leadership in project quality and planning for success.


What you'll do:

View lecture videos, annotate accompanying book chapters and submit the final quiz.


Learning Objectives:

By the end of this course, learners will be able to:

  • Identify the role of leadership in Quality Project Management
  • Describe the importance and contents of a project management plan
  • Describe effective approaches to forming a project team
  • Identify the value and contents of a project charter and scope statement
  • Identify the role that personal and organizational values play in the development of projects
  • Identify the tools used for quality assurance, control, and improvement

Who this course is designed for:

Anyone interested in learning about Quality Management


Required Materials:

Brown, J.T. (2014) The handbook of program management: How to facilitate project success with optimal program management. 2nd Ed. McGraw-Hill Education. ISBN: 13978-0-07-183785-9

Rose, K.H. (2014) Project Quality Management, Second Edition: Why, What and How (2nd Ed.) Fl: J Ross Publishing. ISBN: 13: 978-1-60427-102-7

 

Meet the instructor


Maggie Allen, Ph.D.

Maggie Allen has worked in the human services field for over twenty-five years and brings experience from the fields of criminal justice, child welfare, family therapy, program evaluation, and non-profit community development.

Maggie holds a Ph.D. in Human Service Administration, a Master’s degree in Counseling, and a Bachelor’s degree in Criminal Justice. Maggie is a nationally certified marriage and family therapist, a trained cognitive social skills instructor, and a trained healthy marriage instructor. Maggie also brings extensive consulting experience in working with Native American communities in the southwest on issues such as child welfare, staff training and development, community development, grant writing, and program implementation.

Dr. Allen has served as a Technical Assistance Consultant for programs receiving federal grant dollars and travels across the United States providing consulting services. In addition, Dr. Allen has over 12 years of work experience in both adult and juvenile probation and the Superior Court system. Maggie has also worked in child welfare and child protective services both on and off the Native American communities across the state. Dr. Allen has work experience as a researcher, private therapist, and has worked clinically with high-risk populations (sex offenders and other criminal offenders) throughout Arizona.

Dr. Allen has held adjunct faculty positions at Pima Community College, the University of Phoenix, Northern Arizona University, and the University of Arizona teaching in the sociology, psychology, criminal justice, counseling, and behavioral health studies programs.